CRIMES ACT 1914

Part IAAB - Monitoring of compliance with control orders etc.  

Division 1 - Introduction  

SECTION 3ZZJC   3ZZJC   Prescribed connection with premises  


For the purposes of this Part, a person has a prescribed connection with premises if:


(a) the person:


(i) is the legal or beneficial owner of the premises (whether alone or together with one or more other persons); or

(ii) has any other legal or equitable estate or interest in the premises; or


(b) the person occupies, or resides on, the premises; or


(c) the person has possession or control of the premises (whether alone or together with one or more other persons); or


(d) the person performs any of the duties of his or her employment on the premises; or


(e) the person carries on a business on the premises (whether alone or together with one or more other persons); or


(f) the person performs voluntary work on the premises; or


(g) both:


(i) the premises are used by a school, college, university or other educational institution; and

(ii) the person attends the premises in his or her capacity as a student at the school, college, university or other educational institution.

 

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